From Knowing into Telling: A Dialogue in Five Parts

  title={From Knowing into Telling: A Dialogue in Five Parts},
  author={Eleanor Conlin Casella and Hannah Cobb and Oliver J.T. Harris and H{\'e}l{\'e}na Gray and Philip Richardson and Richard Tuffin},
  journal={Historical Archaeology},
The issues raised by different kinds of oral-historical research are explored here through a dialogue between two projects. In one case, the Alderley Sandhills Project, this work has been completed; in the other, the Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, the oral-historical research is in its early stages. Through a series of interactions, this article raises a number of different questions that oral-historical research posed at Alderley Sandhills, and it considers the ramifications of and the… 

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